In October, cycling enthusiast Sam Smuts is taking on an epic cycling challenge to raise vital funds for WheelPower, who support wheelchair sports.
Through their charity of the year partnership, learning disability charity Mencap and Virgin Money have raised over £440,000 including gift aid.
Figures reveal that reports of violent disability hate crime continue to rise across England and Wales, with only one in 62 cases charged by police.
Today (1 October) marks the start of Down’s Syndrome Awareness Month, and charity Wouldn’t Change a Thing are going creative to highlight the condition.
There are concerns that the number of babies with Down’s syndrome aborted in Scotland will rise following a decision announced by the government.
Disability Rights UK has written an open letter to all MPs calling on them to restore the rights of disabled people in the debate on the Coronavirus Act.
People living with motor neurone disease (MND) are becoming trapped in inaccessible homes due to a failure to deliver essential home adaptations.
Scope has warned that millions of disabled people could be blocked from accessing essential online services due to poor website accessibility.
The Down’s Syndrome Association have released free emotional wellbeing resources to support people with Down’s syndrome, parents, and carers.
On World Alzheimer’s Day, it’s time to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, people living with the condition, carers and the fight for a cure.
Mencap and CBF warn that the pressures of COVID is causing more delays to people with a learning disability and/or autism getting out of modern-day asylums.
Leonard Cheshire has been selected for a Silver Award by The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums for their Can Do programme.
A legal ruling has found a visually impaired child experienced discrimination after the entry exams for an English grammar school were not accessible.
TV star Emma Barton, completed a fundraising challenge to raise money for Leatherhead based charity, Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People’s.
Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children call on Glasgow community to raise vital funds for equipment to support four-year-old child and her family.